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Dr. Mitchell Brown, Plastic Surgeon

Dr. Mitchell Brown, Plastic Surgeon

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790 Bay St #410, Toronto, Ontario, M5G 1N8, Canada
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Jun 11, 2019
1000% Satisfied with my decision in choosing Dr.Brown as my surgeon. He has an easy going demeanor that made me feel comfortable every step of the way and all the staff I dealt with were helpful as well. Would have no hesitations in recommending Dr. Brown and his staff to anyone! A+

Jun 10, 2019
I went to Dr. Brown for a reduction of my left breast and reconstruction of my right breast (due to a lumpectomy). I ended up with what I would call a deformed left breast (which is noteably smaller than my right breast) and visible indentation from the fat graft. I suffered terribly after the surgery and to be honest am very disappointed in the results.

Jul 3, 2019
I called the receptionist and she didn't even listen to what I wanted to say! I wanted a consulation appointment but she simply told me that they don't treat scars.

Jan 23, 2019
I have never written a review but I feel as though Dr. Mitchell Brown and his staff deserve a little recognition. I am 6 months into my breast augmentation recovery and I am over the moon! I am just going to write a few words about everyone I had the pleasure of meeting throughout this process. The ladies at the front desk were always courteous and helpful. My consultation began with Magdalena. She was personable and welcoming and very professional. She consistently responded to emails and phone calls promptly. She did not pressure me and wanted to make sure I knew Magdalena coordinated the date of my surgery, and even accommodated my need to push it a few months. I then met Stephanie, Dr.Mitchell Brown’s right hand. She made me feel comfortable and answered every question I had with depth and detail. Stephanie was there to steer me in the right direction in terms of sizing. I wanted to go bigger and she convinced me to go with a different size in order to compliment my body. There was not an ounce of doubt or worry after I left her office that I had chosen the perfect implants. Dr. Mitchell Brown was true seasoned professional. He was able to tell me right away that I was going to be a “tricky” one. He knew he would have his work cut out due to the shape and volume of my existing breasts. I would say it was slightly a reconstructive surgery as much as an augmentation. I did not for a second question his knowledgeability and skill and his calm and kind nature constantly put me at ease. It has been 6 months since my surgery, and I could not be any happier with the results. I went with cohesive gel implants and they look and feel completely natural with very minimal scarring. My breast implants have genuinely changed my life and the way I carry myself when I walk into a room. I am a whole new woman and it is all thanks to Dr. Mitchell and his amazing team. Ps. My mother had her breasts done over 20 years ago and they still look amazing. She was the one who originally referred me to Dr. Mitchell Brown and had nothing but great things to say.

Apr 9, 2019
Was a patient about 10 years ago. I started to get capsular contraction within a few months of surgery. For my first post op follow up I had asked Dr Brown why were my breasts so hard and he said it was the muscle and it had not relaxed yet. Just a few months later my breast were on top of my chest towards my neck and painful and would not move. I called his office and told them and to make an appointment and they would not return my calls. I assume he did not want to deal with the problem and redo them for a discounted price so money is definitely a priority to him not the wellbeing of his patient. Extremely disappointing!I went to another surgeon who took them out and said the contracture was very bad and the sac was like thick leather! He is not the best surgeon and he clearly knew something was wrong at the first post op and the fact that it happened so quickly make me suspicious they he put them in the wrong place or did not make the space big enough as it felt very tight from day one and only got worse. If you have any post op problems he will not be there for you.

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